Renton resident receives Eagle Scout ranking

  • Saturday, March 18, 2017 8:00am
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Hideo Hamanmoto was celebrated on March 11 after he reached Eagle Scout ranking with Boy Scout Troop 499.

He is a sophomore at Renton High School. For his Eagle project he completed three different tasks at Dimmitt Middle School.

First he placed three reserved parking signs, then he painted two four square courts on the playground and finally he created a rolling cart that students can put their personal belongings in during recess.

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